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Top 10 New England Art Exhibits of 2010

Art – and art spaces — of all sizes
By GREG COOK  |  December 28, 2010

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• TIDAL WAVE
Deb Todd Wheeler's exhibit "Blew" at Miller Block Gallery was full of magical special effects, but her masterpiece was the 11-foot-wide photographic image High Sea, which looked like an angry rogue wave thundering across a blue-black sea. In fact, it was an image of several temporary sculptures — blue plastic bags that the Newton artist had rippled atop her computer's scanner. Which made it also a commentary about global pollution and its karma.

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